Gibson turns it around against Tigers
Kyle Gibson allowed three runs over seven innings to earn the win for the Twins over the Tigers yesterday. Entering Friday, Gibson had struggled mightily in four starts versus Detroit this season. Gibson sported an 8.20 ERA (17 earned runs in 18? innings) with a .289 opponent batting average (22 hits in 76 at-bats).
Gibson made his 100th career start on April 12 at Detroit, all with Minnesota. Gibson is the first pitcher to make 100 starts for the Twins since Francisco Liriano from 2005-11 and is the 25th pitcher in Twins history to make 100-plus starts for the club.